“Sure!”— me saying no to something I don’t want to do— Sophia Benoit (@1followernodad) February 28, 2020
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We tell stories in times of chaos because stories are solid ground on which we can stand as winds whip and seas rise. They're guide-ropes through thick forests, they're campfires pushing back the dark, they're doorways of much-needed egress. Tell stories. Make art. It's okay.— Chuck Wendig (@ChuckWendig) February 28, 2020
My husband & I have been raising kids for 27 years. Our eldest came to us when he was almost 3. His mom OD’d & his dad went to jail. There was no one to take care of this little boy, so we did. When you discriminate against LGBTQ couples, you deprive kids like mine of good homes. pic.twitter.com/n7d8VRAwnB— Sean Patrick Maloney (@RepSeanMaloney) February 27, 2020
How can you possibly think the only kind of candidate who can beat Trump is the same kind of candidate who already lost to him?— Joe Dunman (@JoeDunman) February 23, 2020
[trying on shoes]— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) February 22, 2020
9-year-old: They're not fancy enough.
Me: Why not?
9: They don't hurt.
The universal rule.
Adjective Translation for Women’s Speech: A Primer— Kate Elliott is working (@KateElliottSFF) February 20, 2020
mean —> firm
angry —> decisive
shrill —> assertive
nasty —> expresses a knowledgeable opinion in public
hysterical —> won’t back down
Michael Bloomberg is that angry banker who gets woken up from cryogenic suspension on that one episode of TNG— Sarah Jones (@onesarahjones) February 20, 2020
Everything the Nazis did was legal. Everything Nazi resistors did was illegal. https://t.co/NsyPDGVLBH— Lexi Alexander (@Lexialex) February 14, 2020
I notice a lot of people who "tell it like it is" are spending a lot of time explaining that "that's not what I meant" today.— Sam Sykes (@SamSykesSwears) February 10, 2020
Interesting tidbits from Peloton earnings call today. They grew connected subscribers (basically $2,200 bikes + $40/month) from 563K users to 712K (just this quarter). However despite dropping the digital app (no-bike) from $20/mo to $12, that only grew from 106K users to 109K. pic.twitter.com/txfyE2PhVI— Ray Maker (@dcrainmakerblog) February 6, 2020